sip
noun
1. (mouthful of liquid) 
a. el sorbo (M) 
She took a sip of her drink.Dio un sorbo a su bebida.
I'm so thirsty. Would you give me a sip of your juice?Tengo mucha sed. ¿Me darías un sorbito a tu jugo?
transitive verb
2. (to take a small drink) 
She sat watching the TV, sipping her apple juice.Quedó mirando la tele bebiendo su jugo de manzana a sorbos.
b. sorber 
He makes so much noise when he sips his soda.Hace mucho ruido cuando sorbe su refresco.
intransitive verb
3. (to take a small drink) 
She sipped at her tequila throughout the night.Bebió el tequila a sorbos durante toda la noche.
sip
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el sorbo (M) 
to take a sip (of something)dar un sorbo (a algo)
transitive verb
2. (general) 
a. sorber, beber a sorbos 
intransitive verb
3. (general) 
she sipped at her drinkbebió un sorbo
sip [sɪp]
noun
sorbo (m)
transitive verb
sorber; beber a sorbos
intransitive verb
(also sip at) sorber; beber a sorbitos
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